125 W. Mills Avenue,
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The Plaza Theatre opened September 12, 1930 for movies and stage shows, it had a seating capacity for 2,298. The theatre’s Atmospheric style beauty is equally matched by its glorious Spanish Colonial decor. A truly stunning movie palace, it is one of a handful of theaters that became part of the Save America’s Treasures program.
After decades as an entertainment venue for the city, the Plaza Theatre was narrowly saved from demolition in 1987 by the El Paso Community Foundation who raised $1 million for the theater’s restoration. The city later took control of the Plaza Theatre and a renovation and restoration project was underway for several years to reopen the theater.
Assisted by the Save America’s Treasures program, the Plaza Theatre received the help it needed to complete the renovation and reopened March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day), 2006 with a sold-out production of “Riverdance”.
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